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May 12, 2013 5:30pm PDT
in saturday's blast. a much different mood dominated major turkish cities like istanbul. hundreds of protesters are outraged over the explosions they blame on the syrian government. it's a sentiment echoed by turkish authorities who arrested nine people in the attacks. investigators say they're all turkish citizens, all with direct links to the regime of syrian leader bashar al assad. the incident is the most violent since the start of the civil war more than two years ago. turkey's prime minister warned anyone who wants to harm turkey will have to pay a price, but stopped short of calling on military retaliation. syria has denied any involvement in the blast, but turkey points to the town where the blast occurred as being a hub of syrian refugees and rebels. syria's opposition says now that violence has spilled into other countries, it's time for the international community to pay attention to just how desperate the syrian crisis has become. >> it is very obvious that only the assad regime will benefit from such erroneous attacks against civilians, that's what they're doing insid
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